10 Reasons Why Laughter Is The Best Medicine

Laughter, The Ultimate Medicine

Laughter 1 quoteThere is a lot that goes on in life. Some of it’s good and some of it’s bad. However, it seems like when things go wrong, they go really wrong.

It’s important to have tools that can help us through rough times so that we don’t always have to carry the weight of the world around on our shoulders.

So, my question is, does life seem a little overwhelming at times?

If so, I have an awesome solution for you and you’ll likely be surprised by what it is…

Believe it or not, laughter is the best medicine when it comes to fixing many of life’s problems. Yes, that’s right!

Laughing not only feels good but can also help you improve your life…

Check out these top 10 reasons why laughter is the best medicine

1. Laughing Makes You Feel Good

In a world full of ups and downs and all arounds, it’s important that we have a way to unwind and enjoy ourselves. One of the best things about laughter is the fact that it provides people with an opportunity to do just that and best of all, it’s simple to do and doesn’t take much time.

2. Laughter Increases Oxygen Intake

Without oxygen, life isn’t possible. However, besides the obvious reasons why oxygen is vital for life, there are many more as well.

For example, increased oxygen intake is believed to help ward off certain diseases and illnesses. As a matter of fact, laughter therapy is even used at some cancer treatment centers.

The goal of the therapy is not only to help people fight cancer but also make them feel better from the side-effects they may be experiencing from other forms of treatment.

3. Laughter Reduces Stress Levels

Stress is a hard thing to avoid in life. It seems like there is always something going on and there is never enough time to get everything done in a day.

Learning ways to cope with the stress we experience in life is vital, at least if we want to live a happy life. The worst part about stress is the fact that it can begin to cause health issues over long periods of time.

This is a perfect reason to laugh as much as possible. Not only will it make you feel good, but it will also improve your health as well as help you become more relaxed and positive which will attract positive things into your life.

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4. Laughing Stimulates The Right Side Of Your Mind

Laughing is believed to help stimulate the right side of our minds. Each side of our mind is responsible for creating our characteristics and personality traits. The right side is believed to be the side that is responsible for our creativity as well as our decision-making abilities.

5. Relief From Depression

Depression can make the world feel like it is crashing down around you. The worst part is the fact that a lot of the medications prescribed for depression come with a long list of side-effects. In fact, many anti-depressants can even cause depression to worsen.

Luckily, there is a natural answer. Having a good laugh is a great way to battle depression. Have you ever had someone make you laugh when you felt like things couldn’t get any worse? It made you feel better, didn’t it? This is a perfect example of how powerful something as simple as a laugh can be.

As well, the more we laugh, the more positive and happy people we will attract into our lives. On top of that, laughing can not only help improve your mood but can help others as well. After all, laughter is contagious 

6. Longer Youth

Laughter can do some remarkable things but perhaps one of the most amazing is its ability to slow down the aging process. Believe it or not, laughter slows down the rate of cellular decay which makes it a great way to promote lasting youth.

7. Lower Blood Sugar Levels

For some people, eating isn’t as simple as choosing something that looks good and eating it. This becomes especially true when speaking of diabetics.

While laughing may not be able to cure issues such as diabetes, it can help people manage it. It is believed that laughter lowers blood sugar levels and increases glucose tolerance for those with and without diabetes.

8. Laughing Relieves Pain And Provides You With Strength

Many people who suffer from chronic pain can benefit from laughing. This should be great news for those who are limited in their lives due to the constant pain.

On top of that, laughing can provide you the strength you need to keep pushing forward when you are faced with difficult and painful situations such as lasting illnesses and diseases.

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9. Heart Health

If you’re worried about the health of your heart, it may be time to start laughing more. Believe it or not, laughing can help you protect yourself against heart disease as well as heart attacks. When we laugh we expand our blood vessels and promote healthy blood flow which is a great way of promoting heart health.

10. Give Yourself A Massage From The Inside

Laughing causes certain muscles to contract within our bodies which actually gives many important organs a massage. This promotes good health for these organs and can even increase their productivity.

As a matter of fact, this internal massage can even cause an increased metabolism which makes it helpful for those trying to lose weight.

I’m sure at least a few of these benefits came as a surprise to you. However, after reading the above examples, I’m sure you are able to see now why laughter is the best medicine when it comes to repairing and preventing many things in our lives.

You too can experience these benefits, plus many more. You just need to make sure to take the time to laugh, enjoy life and attract the life you truly desire!

Author: Sean May

Sean May is the founder of Science of Imagery. Sean focuses on helping individuals and companies reach their personal and professional goals while working to make the world a better place, one smile at a time. He has over 10 years of experience in the Personal Development space, using many different modalities and techniques to help break through old belief patterns and focusing on making things as fun as possible to break through any negativity or seriousness.

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